|Arts initiative sparks creativity|
|August 12, 2016 Faith Reisig|
Courtesy photo In the front row, Studio Assistant Rachel Seropian, a CalArts Animation student from Los Angeles, watches as Aria Schneider perfects her animation project, as Jacob Larson (bike helmet), Grant Pinet, Diego Larsen, Paige Schneider, and Regan Mader (back row), and Sullivan Johnson (hand up) answer questions posed by instructor Erica Larsen-Dockray during a Calibraska Arts Animation 2.0 Camp held recently at the Harms Center.
This summer, the Calibraska arts initiative offered kids and adults in west Nebraska a unique opportunity. Calibraska is an animation class taught by experienced LA animators. At the Red Carpet Culmination and Cosplay event on July 25, aspiring animators got to see their work projected onto the big screen and enjoyed dressing up as their favorite characters from film or television.
Jacob Larson, a junior at Scottsbluff High School,...
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